Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation Feeds the Hungry

 
Wyalusing, Pennsylvania, April 10, 2020- With the Coronavirus Pandemic shaking families to
their core, physically, emotionally and economically – the need to combat food insecurity is more
critical than ever.
 
The Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation recognizes the urgency and has taken a position on the
front lines by fast-tracking financial support to Food Banks throughout our region. “Meeting real
needs in the communities we serve has been our mission since the inception of our Foundation,”
states Shelby Napoli, President and Chief Executive Officer.
 
Born from the Tuscarora Wayne Group of Companies, whose roots date back to 1874, the Tuscarora
Wayne Mutual Foundation stands on the shoulders of those early pioneering founders who came
together to protect and serve their neighbors. Their legacy lives on.
 
“No kid should ever face an empty fridge,” states Jay W. Chadwick, Chairman of the Board. “We
invite everyone to join us in this unprecedented time of need by making a contribution today at
your local volunteer food bank.” Go to twmfoundation.org for more information.
 
The Tuscarora Wayne Mutual Foundation is a registered 501(c) (3). The Lebanon Mutual Insurance Company,
who joined our group of companies in 2010, is credited with forming the Foundation in 1983.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Company Response

 

The health and safety of our employees and their families, our agents, our policyholders, the community, and all others who are partners in our business are our highest priorities.

As our communities continue to feel the impact of COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus, Tuscarora Wayne Insurance Company (TW) has taken precautionary measures to ensure business continuity. For customers near our office location who wish to drop-off payment, please use the drop box located outside our front door as we are limiting visitors into the building.  We recommend making payment electronically- click here to do so.

Following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other public health organizations, we have developed action and response protocols at our offices to maintain a safe environment. These action plans and protocols will enable our staff to provide the continuous operation of critical systems and functions while minimizing the potential health risks associated with the virus. TW remains committed to providing excellent service standards to our agents, policyholders, and community. 

TW encourages small business owners to visit the U.S. Small Business Administration link below to learn more about possible government assistance for your business(s).
https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/paycheck-protection-program-ppp

Thank you for your continued relationship and business with TW.

 

 

Did You Know?

In dealing with claims, TW relies on a network of adjusters with Chief Claims Officer Dave Schweitzer at the helm. Schweitzer says there were about 2,200 claims between TW and Keystone National Insurance Company in the previous year, with in-house adjusters handling about 58 percent of them. The rest are handled by independents, a number of whom have draft authority of up to $5,000 for quick payment of damages.